简明英汉词典

relinquish
[ri5liNkwiF]
v.
放弃

美国传统词典[双解]

relinquish
re.lin.quish
AHD:[r1-l1ng“kw1sh]
D.J.[ri6li0kwi.]
K.K.[r!6l!0kw!.]
v.tr.(及物动词)
re.lin.quishedre.lin.quish.ingre.lin.quish.es

(1)

To retire from; give up or abandon.
离开;放弃或抛弃

(2)

To put aside or desist from (something practiced, professed, or intended).
作罢,断念:停止或把(练习过的,专长的或想做的事)放在一边

(3)

To let go; surrender.
放开;放弃

(4)

To cease holding physically; release:
松开;放开:
relinquish a grip.
松开掌握

语源

(1)

Middle English relinquisshen
中古英语 relinquisshen

(2)

from Old French relinquir relinquiss-
源自 古法语 relinquir relinquiss-

(3)

from Latin relinquere
源自 拉丁语 relinquere

(4)

re- [re-]
re- [前辍re-]

(5)

linquere [to leave] * see leik w-
linquere [离开] *参见 leik w-

继承用法

relinquisher
n.(名词)

relinquishment
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

relinquishyieldresignabandonsurrendercedewaiverenounce

(2)

These verbs have in common the sense of letting something go or giving something up.
这些动词都有松开某物或者放弃某事物的意思。

(3)

Relinquish, the least specific, sometimes connotes unwillingness or regret:
Relinguish 是最不明确的,有些时候还暗示着不愿意或后悔:
can't bear to relinquish the idea.
不能忍受放弃这个主意。

(4)

Yield implies giving way, as to pressure or superior authority, often in the hope that such action will be temporary:
Yield 意味着让步,如向压力或上级权威,经常是希望这样的行动将是暂时性的:
gradually had to yield ground.
逐渐不得不让步。

(5)

Resign suggests unresisting submission or acquiescence, as that arising from hopelessness:
Resign 暗示着不抵抗的屈服或默认,如因为毫无希望而产生的:
was forced by the scandal to resign the office to which he had been elected.
因丑闻而被辞去他已当选的职务。

(6)

Abandon and surrender agree in implying no expectation of returning to or recovering what is given up, but the terms differ in that surrender implies the operation of compulsion, demand, or force:
Abandon 和surrender 在意味不存在已失去的东西的回归或恢复的希望时是一致的, 但是这两个词的区别是surrender 意味着强迫、命令或力量之下的行动:
abandoned all hope;
放弃了所有的希望;
refusing to surrender control.
拒绝向控制屈服。

(7)

Cede connotes formal transfer, as of rights or territory:
Cede 暗示着正式的转让:如权力或领地的让渡:
a province ceded by treaty.
条约的割让的一个省。

(8)

Waive implies a voluntary decision to dispense with something, such as a claim or right:
Waive 意味着自愿地放弃某事物的决定,如权力或要求:
waived all privileges. To renounce is to relinquish something formally and usually as a matter of principle:
放弃所有的特权。 Renounce 是正式地放弃某事物,通常是原则性的事物:
renounced his claim to the estate.
放弃了他对房产的要求

现代英汉词典

relinquish
[rI5lINkwIF]
vt.
放弃
He relinquished his habits.
他放弃了他的习惯。

现代英汉综合大辞典

relinquish
[ri5liNkwiF]
vt.

(1)

放弃(计划、政策、信仰、希望等); 撤回; 停止

(2)

放开, 放松(所握之物)

(3)

让出(权利、财产等), 把...交给(to)
relinquish a claim
放弃要求
relinquish bad habits
戒除不良习惯
The small dog relinquished his bone to the big dog.
小狗把它的骨头让给那只大狗。

继承用法

relinquisher
n.

relinquishment
n.

英文相关词典

relinquish
abandon    forego    give up    release    sacrifice    surrender    waive    yield    

英汉双解计算机词典

relinquish

【动】放弃,释放
In MSS, to free space on a staging drive; this may cause data to be destaged.
在海量存储系统(MSS)中,释放登台驱动器上的空间,这可能引起数据降级(数据从高速设备取 出,存入低速后备存储器)。

美国传统词典

relinquish
re.lin.quish
AHD:[r1-l1ng“kw1sh]
D.J.[ri6li0kwi.]
K.K.[r!6l!0kw!.]
v.tr.
re.lin.quished, re.lin.quish.ing, re.lin.quish.es

(1)

To retire from; give up or abandon.

(2)

To put aside or desist from (something practiced, professed, or intended).

(3)

To let go; surrender.

(4)

To cease holding physically; release:
relinquish a grip.

语源

(1)

Middle English relinquisshen

(2)

from Old French relinquir relinquiss-

(3)

from Latin relinquere

(4)

re- [re-]

(5)

linquere [to leave] * see leik w-

继承用法

relinquisher
n.

relinquishment
n.

参考词汇

(1)

relinquish, yield, resign, abandon, surrender, cede, waive, renounce

(2)

These verbs have in common the sense of letting something go or giving something up.

(3)

Relinquish, the least specific, sometimes connotes unwillingness or regret:
can't bear to relinquish the idea.

(4)

Yield implies giving way, as to pressure or superior authority, often in the hope that such action will be temporary:
gradually had to yield ground.

(5)

Resign suggests unresisting submission or acquiescence, as that arising from hopelessness:
was forced by the scandal to resign the office to which he had been elected.

(6)

Abandon and surrender agree in implying no expectation of returning to or recovering what is given up, but the terms differ in that surrender implies the operation of compulsion, demand, or force:
abandoned all hope;
refusing to surrender control.

(7)

Cede connotes formal transfer, as of rights or territory:
a province ceded by treaty.

(8)

Waive implies a voluntary decision to dispense with something, such as a claim or right:
waived all privileges. To renounce is to relinquish something formally and usually as a matter of principle:
renounced his claim to the estate.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

relinquish
【动】放弃,释放

英汉法学大词典

relinquish
v.撤回 ,放弃,弃权

英汉航海大词典

relinquish
n.放弃

英汉化学大词典

relinquish
vt.放弃,撤回,停止

英汉经贸大词典

relinquish
n.放弃

英汉计算机大词典

relinquish
vt.放弃(撤回,停止

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